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What are Ceramic Coatings?
Protects the surface of your vehicle from various environmental contaminants such as dirt, bird droppings, Acidic insect remains, UV rays and more!
Ceramic coatings are hydrophobic, meaning that they repel water and other liquids. This makes it easier to clean the surface since dirt and grime will have a harder time sticking to it.
Ceramic coatings are a type of protective coating that is applied to the exterior of your car. These coatings are made up of nanotechnology particles that bond with the paint and form a durable layer of protection that can last for years. Ceramic coatings offer numerous benefits, including:
During the prep process it is essential to remove all iron contaminants from the surface to avoid more damage
Clay Bar Treatment
What Are Paint Corrections?
Paint correction is a process that involves removing imperfections from the paint of your car. These imperfections can include swirl marks, scratches, and other defects that can detract from the appearance and clarity of your vehicle. Our paint correction services involve using specialized equipment and techniques to restore your paint to its original condition.
Paint Correction includes a clay bar treatment which is a form of manual decontamination
Shine and Gloss
Paint correction removes the damaged outer layer of the clear coat and restores the original shine and gloss of a car's paint.
Paint corrections eliminate scratches, swirl marks, and other imperfections in the paint, leaving a smooth and flawless surface.
Extends Paint Life
By restoring the appearance of the paint, paint correction can help to delay or eliminate the need for expensive repainting. Additionally, a car with a flawless paint job is easier to maintain and clean, saving time and money on detailing and maintenance costs.
Paint Correction Pricing
Price is based on size, condition, and type of clear coat. Prices shown below are general ranges. Contact us for more info.
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Which service is right for me?
Choosing between a 1-step paint correction and a 2-step paint correction depends on the condition of your vehicle's paint and your desired results. If your car's paint has minor swirls, scratches, and imperfections, a 1-step correction might be sufficient to restore its shine and remove surface defects. On the other hand, a 2-step correction is more comprehensive and suitable for paintwork with moderate to severe damages. If you seek a more polished and showroom-ready appearance, the 2-step correction is the ideal choice.